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Cladonia uncialis (L.) F. H. Wigg.
Family: Cladoniaceae
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Stephen Sharnoff  
Ecology: Terricolous; growing sun-exposed; substrate non-calciferous (mainly on low elevation bluffs and outcrops). Thallus: Branches densely aggregated or caespitose. Primary Thallus: Evanescent. Secondary Thallus: Present, of indeterminate growth; stipe 20-60 mm high, .7-4 mm wide, lime green (pale greenish yellow (104) or greenish white (153) with patches of pale yellow-green (121-119) or light yellow-green (134), often with irregular clear areas ("windows")), homogeneously coloured, mottled, or tainted brown, corticate. Upper Surface: Smooth. Reproduction Strategy: Only known as sterile, asexually reproducing form. Conidiomata: Formed on podetia. Secondary Metabolites: Squamatic acid and usnic acid, of the following substance class(es): ß-orcinol depsides. Spot Tests: Upper surface: K – (negative), C –, + deep yellow, or + orange, PD –. UV-Fluorescence: Reaction colour: bright bluish white (especially where podetia are broken).
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Lucy Taylor  
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Stephen Sharnoff  
Cladonia uncialis image
Stephen Sharnoff  
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Stephen Sharnoff  
Cladonia uncialis image
Stephen Sharnoff  
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Stephen Sharnoff  
Cladonia uncialis image
Stephen Sharnoff  
Cladonia uncialis image
Stephen Sharnoff  
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Stephen Sharnoff  
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